Lady A Extends Headlining Tour Through North America

Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum revealed plans today (Aug. 27) to extended their previously announced headlining Take Me Downtown Tour with new dates scheduled through April 2014. Previously announced North American tour guests Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves will continue with the group through the second leg, beginning Jan. 9 in Charleston, W. Va.

First tour dates go on sale Sept. 13. Fans can click here for the most updated information for all dates, and here for VIP opportunities.

Last year Lady A hosted over one million fans in 11 countries on their first headlining world tour, which earned them Billboard Touring’s Breakthrough Award; CMA’s International Artists Achievement Award; and will accept the Jim Reeves International Award at this fall’s ACM Honors.

Take Me Down North American Dates:

Nov. 8     Southaven, Miss.—Landers Center
Nov. 9      St. Louis, Ariz.—Chaifetz Arena
Nov. 10      Evansville, Ind.—Ford Center
Nov. 12      Grand Rapids, Mich.—Van Andel Arena
Nov. 15      Chicago—Allstate Arena
Nov. 16      Toledo, Ohio—Huntington Center
Nov. 17      Cleveland—Quicken Loans Arena
Nov. 19      Fargo, N.D.—Fargodome
Nov. 21      Rapid City, S.D.—Rusmore Plaza Civic Center
Nov. 22      Denver—Pepsi Center
Nov. 23      Salt Lake City, Utah—EnergySolutions Arena
Dec. 3      Springfield, Mo.—JQH Arena
Dec. 5      Minneapolis—Target Center
Dec. 6      Kansas City, Mo.—Sprint Center
Dec. 7      Omaha, Neb.—CenturyLink Center
Dec. 12      Cincinnati—U.S. Bank Arena
Dec. 14      Peoria, Ill.—Peoria Civic Center
Jan. 9      Charleston, W. Va.—Charleston Civic Center
Jan. 10    Raleigh, N.C.—PNC Arena
Jan. 11    Greenville, S.C.—Bi-Lo Center
Jan. 14    Cincinnati—U.S. Bank Arena
Jan. 18    Wichita, Kan.—Intrust Bank Arena
Jan.19    Lubbock, Texas—United Spirit Arena
Jan. 30    Philadelphia—Wells Fargo Center
Feb. 7      Tampa, Fla.—Tampa Bay Times Forum
Feb. 8      Jacksonville, Fla.—Veterans Memorial Arena
Feb. 14    Bossier City, La.—CenturyLInk Center
Feb. 15    Birmingham, Ala.—BJCC Arena
Feb. 16    Lafayette, La.—Cajundome
Feb. 20    Washington, D.C.—Verizon Center
Feb. 21    New York—Madison Square Garden
Feb. 22    Uncasville, Conn.—Mohegan Sun Arena
Feb. 28    Toronto, ON—Air Canada Centre
March 1      London, ON—Budweiser Gardens
March 6      Saskatoon, SK—Credit Union Centre
March 7      Edmonton, AB—Rexall Place
March 8      Calgary, AB—Scotiabank Saddledome
March 10    Vancouver, BC—Pacific National Exhibition
March 12    Boise, Id.—Taco Bell Arena
March 14    Reno, Nev.—Lawler Events Center
March 15    Ontario, Calif.—CBBankArena
March 16    Fresno, Calif.—Save Mart Arena
March 18    Los Angeles—Staples Center
March 21    Las Vegas—Mandalay Bay Events Center
March 22    San Diego—Valley View Casino Center
March 24    Phoenix—US Airways Center
March 25    Las Cruces, N.M.—Pan American Center
March 27    Oklahoma City—Chesapeake Energy Arena
March 28    Tulsa, Okla.—BOK Center
April 11    Atlanta—Philips Arena
April 12    New Orleans—New Orleans Arena
April 26    Charlotte, N.C.—Time Warner Cable Arena
April 27    Knoxville, Tenn.—Thompson-Boling Arena

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